On Sunday 13 December 2009, Ivan Reche wrote:
> I know its kinda off, but I don't have anywhere else to ask:
> Is it possible to use gwave with gnucap? I've tried here,
> but gwave wouldn't display correctly the waveforms. For now,
> I'm using gnuplot, but it is not convenient.
> With gwave, I get distorted waveforms that have nothing to do
> with my wave files.
Yes .. I do it all the time.
My guess at your trouble is that you are manually extracting a
table from the redirected standard output from a batch run.
This is designed for screen viewing, and dates back to the 80's
when viewing text on the screen was a common thing to do.
Probably the output of things like "1K" for 1000 are the
I recommend instead that you direct the output of the individual
commands to files, and view them. When directed to a file, the
output notation is in the usual "E" format that anything can
read. For example:
gnucap> tran 0 .001 .0001 >afile
Then view that file:
$ gwave afile
or from the gnucap prompt:
gnucap> !gwave afile
I am bewildered that it works different in gnuplot. I thought
the same formatting issues would apply there too.
When doing a transient analysis, you will get a better plot if
you say "trace all" .. example: